Card Class – Hexagon Punch Ombre Style


This gorgeous card features the Hexagon Punch from Stampin’ Up! and is also a  great way to use up scrap card stock. I may have been late jumping onto the Ombre trend band wagon but I think you’ll agree it’s a style that will never grow old.


Check out at the end of this post to see other samples I’ve made using this technique.


Whisper White
21x14cm (scored in half for card base)
Scrap for punching out hexagon

Blushing Bride
Scrap for punching out hexagon

Melon Mambo
Scrap for punching out hexagon

Rich Razzleberry
Scrap for punching out hexagon
Scrap for punching out Itty Bitty Accent flowers




Layer punched hexagons as per picture or in desired design on to 13.5x10cm piece of card stock using adhesive. I used Multipurpose Liquid Glue.

Once dry turn over and trim any over hanging punch outs to large for piece of card stock.

Stamp Sentiment using Melon Mambo onto vellum. Let ink dry completely.

Place vellum onto card front and pinch the over hanging ends and adhere to back. This a great way to hide adhesive as vellum is translucent.

Adhere card piece to card base using Stampin’ Dimensionals.

Attach flower punch outs using Mini Glue Dots and some Rhinestone Basic Jewels.

Your card is done!


Here are a few other colour combinations and styles I made.

Product List

Hexagon Punch


Glue Dots


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